I did mention the "Focus Trap" feature, a long time ago however!
Another UNIQUE feature I did mention was the "Focus Braketing". Here what this feature does:
When "Focus Bracketing" is selected, the Sinar Hy6 makes a series of images (for the time being 5) in dependence of the current aperture.
The central image (nr. 3/5) is made exactly on focus target. Whereas image nr. 2/5 is half the depth of filed closer and image nr.1/5 is one depth of filed closer than the target focus. Image nr. 4/5 is half the depth of field farther away than target and image nr. 5/5 is one depth of field farther away than target.
Such a function can be of use when somebody is e.g. using the images for computer rendering.
Hope this helps,
Actually Greg, no one has ever mentioned the "Focus Trap" feature of the Hy6. If the focus trap feature is true, the marketing guys for the Hy6 really suck. Focus Trap would be a second cousin to Predictive IA Servo Focus. Not unlike the the focus trap feature first seen on the original Minolta 9000 from centuries ago. It could be reason enough me to buy a Hy6. Thanks for the input.